Digital Cameras Guide
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The Veho Muvi Micro DV camcorder is a diminutive camcorder. It's only around the size of a large Bluetooth headset, yet it records 640 x 480 resolution videos at the maximum of 30 minutes per clip until your microSD card runs out of space. The very idea that something so small can record video is like something out of a spy movie and of course, we just had to give it a try.
The 1D Mark IV is, without a doubt the best camera any Canon user can buy out there. Snappy and accurate AF, superb noise control at high ISO, 16.1MP APS-H sized sensor, 10fps shooting speed and dual Digic 4 processors for heavy processing, the 1D Mark IV is any sport photographers' dream camera.
We take a first look at Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W1, the first camera with both 2D and 3D capabilities, and give readers a lowdown of its overall performance.
Nikon's D300s semi-pro DSLR makes its debut two years after the D300 was launched. Can the D300s entice new adopters to pick up this video-capable DSLR?
Canon Inc. held a camcorder seminar in Tokyo, Japan recently, and we were there to hear Canon's bigwigs talk about those who buy camcorders, camcorders versus DSLRs, and the future of camcorders.
A surprise release from Canon, the PowerShot S90 features the large sensor from the G-series in a smaller body together with full manual controls. Does the combination of prosumer sensor and compact body work?
Micro Four Thirds cameras are invading the world of photography. Olympus, one of the two brands leading the way for this system right now, has just announced the Olympus E-P2. For those who have missed the E-P1 train, we share our brief experience with the E-P2 in this hands-on.
The new Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FP8 has the looks, but does it have the substance to go along with it?
Adding another member to its EOS family, the Canon EOS 7D has the makings of a DSLR that's just right for the photography enthusiast. If it's proof that you need, then it is proof that you'll get from our pictorial review of this DSLR packed with a new 18-megapixel sensor and dual Digic 4 processors.
The Panasonic Lumix FX65 comes from a line of fine digital compact cameras; its predecessors include the FX36, FX38 and FX48. Does it live up to its pedigree and can it overcome some of the shortcomings of its predecessors? We take it for a spin and find out if the new Power O.I.S. can tip the scales in its favor.